Controlled Environment Agriculture

Spinach Publications

Albright, L.D., R.W. Langhans, D.S. de Villiers, T.J. Shelford, C.J. Rutzke. 2007. Root Disease Treatment Methods For Commercial Production Of Hydroponic Spinach. Final Report for NYSERDA. 127 pg.

Both, A.J., A.R. Leed, E. Goto, L.D. Albright, and R.W. Langhans. 1996. Greenhouse spinach production in a NFT system. Acta Horticulturae 440:187-192.

Johnson, C.F. 2000. Genetic and environmental influences on the nutritive value of spinach, Spinacia oleracea, for humans. PhD Dissertation. Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853. 157 pg.

Johnson, C.F., R.W. Langhans, L.D. Albright, G.F. Combs, R.M. Welch, L. Heller, R.P. Glahn, R.M. Wheeler, and G.D. Goins. 1999. Spinach: nitrate analysis of an advanced life support (ALS) crop cultured under ALS candidate artificial light sources. Presented at the 29th International Conference on Environmental Systems, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. ICES99CD, Paper No. 1999‑01‑2107. 6 pg.

Katzman, L.S. 2003. Influence of plant age, inoculum dosage, and nutrient solution temperature on the development of Pythium aphanidermatum in hydroponic spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) production systems.PhD Dissertation.Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853. 163 pg.

Katzman, L.S. 1999. Developing a commercial system to germinate and grow hydroponic spinach, Spinacia oleracea. MSc Thesis. Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853. 90 pg.

Lin, S.Y. 1995. Effects of seed hydration treatments, media moisture content, and inhibitors on spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) seed germination. MSc Thesis. Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853. 66 pg.

Shelford, T.J., D. de Villiers, L.D. Albright, R.W. Langhans. 2005. An Evaluation of Four Treatment Methods to Eliminate Pythium Aphanidermatum in Hydroponic Spinach. ASAE  paper No. 054055. ASAE, 2950 Niles Road, St. Joseph MI 49085-9659, USA. 13 pg.

Shelford, T.J., D. de Villiers, R.W. Langhans, and L.D. Albright. 2006. A Comparison of three Treatment Systems for the Suppression of Pythium aphanidermatum in Continuous Production of Hydroponic Baby Leaf Spinach. ASAE  paper No. 064020. ASAE, 2950 Niles Road, St. Joseph MI 49085-9659, USA. 10 pg.

Shelford, T.J. 2010. The Risk Of Pythium Aphanidermatum In Hydroponic Baby-Leaf Spinach Production. PhD Dissertation. Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853. 293 pg.